New police appeal after missing Leeds transgender woman is captured on CCTV

Police have made a renewed appeal for information to trace a missing Leeds woman - who also uses a male identity - after she was recently seen in Derbyshire.

Sunday, 24th April 2016, 2:28 pm
Updated Sunday, 24th April 2016, 5:58 pm

Lisa Lacey, aged 47, who also uses the name Lisa Hauxwell and Lisa Hauxley, has been missing since Sunday, April 3.

Officers have identified CCTV footage of her visiting a petrol station shop on Stubley Lane, Dronfield, between April 14 at 7pm and April 16 at 6pm.

It was previously highlighted that Lisa has been known to use a male identity under the name Craig John Hauxwell and the footage appears to show her dressed as a man.

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Det Insp Phil Jackson said: “While it is positive to have this confirmed sighting after three weeks of searching, we remain very concerned for Lisa’s welfare and need to find her and establish that she is safe and well.

“I would like to hear from anyone in the Derbyshire area who has seen her as she appears in the CCTV image or anyone who has any information that could assist in tracing her.”

Call Leeds District CID on 101.